Focusing on the holy roman empire and the polish lithuanian commonwealth this volume examines the tremendous challenge of managing confessional diversity in central europe between 1500 and 1800 addressing issues of tolerance intolerance and ecumenism each chapter explores a facet of the complex dynamic between the state and the regions catholic protestant orthodox utraquist and . Diversity and dissent negotiating religious difference in central europe 1500 1800 howard louthan gary b cohen franz a j szabo berghahn books mar 1 2011 history 264 pages. Austrian and habsburg studies see related history journals email newsletters sign up for our email newsletters to get customized updates on new berghahn publications click here to select your preferences diversity and dissent negotiating religious difference in central europe 1500 1800 edited by howard louthan gary b cohen and franz a j szabo 264 pages 6 ills bibliog index isbn . Diversity and dissent negotiating religious differences in central europe 1500 1800 responsibility edited by howard louthan gary b cohen and franz aj szabo digital data file edition 1st ed imprint new york berghahn books 2011 physical description 1 online resource xii 240 pages illustrations series austrian and habsburg studies v 11 online available online ebsco . Download citation diversity and dissent negotiating religious differences in central europe 1500 1800 early modern central europe was the continents most decentralized region politically
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